USS Bailey (DD-492) was a Benson-class destroyer in service with the United States Navy from 1942 to 1946.
She was the third ship named for Admiral Theodorus Bailey. Bailey was launched on 19 December 1941 by Bethlehem Steel Company, Staten Island, New York; sponsored by Mrs. Mary de Peyster Charles, granddaughter of Admiral Bailey, commissioned 11 May 1942, Lieutenant Commander F. D. Karns, Jr., in command; and reported to the Pacific Fleet.
She spent all of her career providing fire-support and coastal patrols for island invasions all across the Pacific. She earned 9 battle stars and a Naval Unit Commendation for her actions.She was sunk as a target in 1969.
- She had a flame-red hair and eyes.
- She got the idol aura, just like San Diego.
- She refer herself as a "bunny".